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Friday, 30 November 2012 15:58

Cooler Master to launch two more liquid coolers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Seidon 120XL and Seidon 240M incoming


Cooler Master Balkans gave us a heads up that its recently released Seidon 120M cooler will be joined by two additional models, the Seidon 120XL and Seidon 240M.

Both new models will feature a similar design with a slight twist. The pump and the waterblock should remain the same and the main change will be around the radiator. The Seidon 120XL will end up with a slightly thicker 38mm radiator while the Seidon 240M, as the name suggests, will end up with a dual-radiator with two 120mm PWM fans.

It definitely looks like Cooler Master has great interest in the liquid cooler market and the Seidon line will surely be a part of it. According to our info, Cooler Master's Seidon line should stand quite well against similarly priced competition.

The two new models are scheduled for January 2013 release.


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